Harleston town centre improvements
What to expect
The Harleston Town Centre Improvements project is a £750,000 investment between South Norfolk Council and Norfolk County Council working with Harleston Town Council. The plan is to enhance the market town centre experience for residents and visitors, thereby contributing to and supporting the ongoing prosperity of Harleston and its businesses.
Update 17 March 2022
If you would like to keep up to date with local plans that impact the shops and businesses of Harleston please register on the Redenhall with Harleston Town Council Shops Forum.
Update 9 March 2022
Traffic Regulation Order Consultation
You will be able to participate in the consultation on the Traffic Regulation Order from 18 March 2022 onwards. You will be able to locate the project on https://norfolk.citizenspace.com/ and view all the associated documents.
Businesses in Harleston may be contacted from 14 March for information on cellars in their buildings. This is to ensure the project team have full information on the site in advance of any work commencing.
During late March or early April a team will need to dig investigation holes / trenches in few locations along the pavements in Harleston. This disruption should only last for one day and the pavements will be clear once the team finishes work.
Update February 2022
- Following on from the consultation in Autumn 2021, the next step is a public consultation on the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO), planned for Spring 2022.
- Subject to the approval of the TRO, works are expected to start early Summer 2022 and progress to completion by Autumn 2022. We will soon provide details of how you will be able to participate in the consultation which will be run by Norfolk County Council.
- In the meantime, the project team at Norfolk County Council will be visiting Harleston to conduct preliminary site investigations, starting in February 2022.